Why no one comes back alive from the 'door to hell' discovered in Turkey? Scientists reveal


Why doesn't anyone come back alive from the historical 'Gate to Hell' that was rediscovered in Turkey seven years ago? Scientists have found out its secret.

The 'Gate to Hell', located in the ancient city of Hierapolis, Turkey, has been known since ancient times to scare anyone who enters it, does not return alive. The truth has been found out.

This gate to hell was rediscovered in Turkey in 2013, it was said to be a passage to the other world and whoever went inside never came back.

It is a stone-built gate leading to a small cave-like cave. There was a place. The door was said to be filled with the deadly breath of the Greek god of death who ruled the underworld, causing anyone who approached it to fall to their death.

The gate is a cave-like structure, the wall of which is made of huge stones and a gate of a few feet made of tall and square-cut stone pillars, which is now more than half sunk into the ground. However, there is still enough out of the ground that man can easily enter.

This story related to it was told 2 thousand years ago by the Greek geographer Starbo in his book, which became so famous that people still believe it. It is said that this pit was built by the Greeks in ancient times for the purpose of offering sacrifices to the gods.

Scientists now know that the entrance is too deep and the climate is too humid and too high in carbon dioxide for anything to survive. At night, the level of carbon dioxide inside this door increases greatly.

According to experts from the German University of Duisburg-Essen, many birds and animals were thrown inside this door tied with ropes and all were taken out dead. It is due to excess.


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